President-elect Joe Biden’s plan for higher education boasts more accessible post-secondary instruction as well as a thriving middle class by wiping away student debt for millions of Americans. However, faculty have differing opinions on the extent of its social and economic benefits.
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Kristen Bluemel, Ph.D., a Professor of English, was recently awarded the Leverhulme Visiting Professorship at Newcastle University, where she will undertake projects focused on the impact that 18th century wood engraver Thomas Bewick had on British book printing.
The final of four Moments at Monmouth forums took place via Zoom on Thursday, Nov. 12.
Joseph R. Biden was elected the 46th president of the United States of America on Saturday, Nov. 7, after he gained a clear lead in the vote count in Pennsylvania, following a week of slowed vote tallies in the key battleground states due to an unprecedented surge in mail-in ballots.
A presentation of the campus climate survey results was held on Friday, Oct. 23 to kick off a series of forums titled Moments at Monmouth.
Will Burns, Ph.D., Co-Executive Director of the Institute for Carbon Removal Law and Policy at American University, delivered a lecture, titled “Antacids for the Sea: The Potential Role of Ocean Alkalinization Enhancement in Combating Climate Change,” that explored the potential role of the ocean in mitigating climate change, on Monday, Oct. 12. The talk was […]
A campus event, titled “Make Abortion Illegal Again,” has sparked a political debate and controversy about free speech on campus in a mass email chain sent to the University community.
University clubs and organizations will function virtually through Tuesday, Oct. 20 as part of a series of measures enacted to increase safety and mitigate virus spread in the campus community, Leahy announced via an email update on Friday, Oct. 2.
President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden engaged in the first of three scheduled presidential debates on Tuesday, Oct. 3. Faculty speculate that the frequent interruptions by Trump were a strategy to derail the debate and draw media attention, but it may not have worked in his favor.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died from complications of pancreatic cancer on Friday, Sept. 18, just six weeks before the presidential election. A replacement for the liberal justice will have serious implications for an array of cases the Supreme Court will hear in the near future.